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PJs Nabby’s Fillies Are Hot To Trot

Published: July 14, 2009 10:27 pm ET

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Trotting stars of the Atlantic Sires Stakes were front and centre at Summerside Raceway on Tuesday, with three-year-olds battling in three splits and their two-year-old counterparts squaring off in a pair of events. The night belonged to sire PJs Nabby, who sired four of the five stakes winners.

Scarlet Patti got the ball rolling for the freshmen set thanks to a 2:08.2 tally in her $7,020 assignment. Trainer/driver Darryl MacLean, who also bred the daughter of PJs Nabby-Scarlet Nite, used off-the-pace tactics to post the victory over Glencove Umay and Murray M. Gord MacLean holds the papers on the first-time starter.

The second division went to Red Pajamas, who won as she pleased in a time of 2:09.2 after finishing second in last week’s debut. Trainer Blayne White, who co-owns the youngster with Sandra White of Belle River, PE, watched the PJs Nabby-Rose Run Frances filly win in wire-to-wire fashion for driver Mike Stevenson. B J Eldorado was second best and Hopedale Brandy rounded out the top three.

The sophomore crew was next, and Rustico Silverstar wired up her foes in a career-best clocking of 2:05 for driver Joey Pineau and breeder/trainer John Pineau, who also co-owns the square gaiter with Myron Ford of Charlottetown, PE. It was the first win of the season for the PJS Nabby-Rustico Kristen miss, who bumped her overall bankroll to $15,402 by knocking off Windemere Power and Maple Leaf Quix.

Oyster Bed Mary also took down a new lifetime mark when she rolled to a 2:06.3 victory in the second $5,240 division for driver Brian MacPhee and trainer Paul Morrison. The Nikes Image-Puslinch Princess miss, who is owned by Morrison and the filly’s breeder, Allison Ferguson of Charlottetown, PE, defeated Comere and Racin In Pajamas en route to her second lifetime victory.

The PJs Nabby-Scarlet Panther filly, Wiskeyandseven, got the job done in coast-to-coast fashion in the final split for her trainer/driver Marc Campbell. He co-owns the two-time winner with Robert MacDonald of Vernon Bridge, PE. She froze the teletimer in 2:07.4 en route to defeating Firedance and PKs Devil. The victory bumped her overall bankroll to $11,435.

To view Tuesday’s harness racing results, click here.

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